Honor unveiled the Play 30 Plus last December in China, and it may announce the vanilla version soon, which has been certified by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
The Honor Play 30 (VNE-ANOO) is listed on the Chinese certifying authority’s website with most of its specs, including a 2.2GHz octa-core processor, 6.51″ HD+ TFT screen, and a battery with a rated capacity of 4,900 mAh.
The smartphone has four RAM (4/6/8/12GB) and three storage (64/128/256GB) options, and it also supports storage expansion up to 512GB via microSD card.
Honor Play 30 Plus
The Honor Play 30 has a dual camera setup on the rear consisting of 13MP and 5MP units, but the resolution of the selfie shooter is unknown.
The Play 30 supports 5G networks and 10W charging, and it will come in blue, black, silver, and gold colors. It’s 8.68mm thick and weighs 194 grams.
The MIIT listing doesn’t include the Honor Play 30’s images, so we don’t know what it looks like, but it shouldn’t be too long before Honor kicks off its promo campaign, confirming the smartphone’s design and a few features in the process.
Via (in Chinese)